Apple has officially seeded the latest developer beta’s across all operating system. This means that macOS Mojave 10.14.6 gets second developer beta and watchOS 5.3 and tvOS 12.4 are on the third developer betas. As expected the updates are minor in nature with no new features.
If you are a registered developer, update macOS Mojave beta by heading over to System Preferences app> Software update and follow the instructions. macOS Mojave 10.14.6 is likely to be the last update to macOS Mojave as Apple will soon move on to macOS Catalina.
In order to update tvOS 12.4, you can use the profile installed through Xcode. Apple doesn’t offer complete information on what’s included in tvOS updates and it is quite possible that we might not come to know about the features even after the release.
In order to update to the latest beta for watchOS 5.3, go to General>Software Update and follow the onscreen instructions. Please note that the Apple Watch should be charged to at least 50%, be connected to the charger and within the range of iPhone.
Apple has already announced the latest iterations on macOS, watchOS, and tvOS at the WWDC 2019. That apart, Apple has also announced a new iPadOS for iPad users. The developer betas usually focus on fixing issues. As of now, we have not spotted any new features on the latest macOS, tvOS and watchOS developer beta. If we spot new features on the developers beta, the article will be updated accordingly.